Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Haniyeh pretends to be peaceful

When the audience is willing to believe what he dishes out, Hamas' Gaza leader is all too happy to serve:
De facto Prime Minister Ismael Haniyeh told a delegation from the International Committee of the Red Cross that Gaza is "not looking for more violence," but that he was sure Israel has "plans to target the Gaza Strip once again.”

During a meeting with the delegation on Wednesday, Haniyeh said he "hopes what he said would not prove to be true, that the world will stop Israel from killing more children." If Israel does decide to attack, he added, "our people will not surrender, they will fight back," a statement from his office said.
Only last month, Haniyeh told his people that the Goldstone report will not affect Hamas' "resistance" plans.